is one of the chemical elements found in table salt. Salt, also known by its chemical name Sodium Chloride, is a crystal-like compound that is abundant in nature and is used to flavor and preserve food. The US government recommends limiting daily sodium intake to 2,300 milligrams (one teaspoon) because too much sodium increases the risk for developing high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.
Some bottled waters can be high in sodium. The Food and Drug Administration allows waters with less than 5mg of sodium per 360mL of water (Reference Amount Customarily Consumed) to claim they are “Sodium Free”. This means 13.89mg of sodium per litre of water.
AQUA Carpatica still and sparkling waters are both naturally Sodium free.